REAL Knowledge Program

Our REAL Knowledge Program is designed to address the knowledge needs of decision-makers within the Nova Scotia health system. With the aim to provide timely and pragmatic approaches to integrating evidence into decision-making processes, the REAL Knowledge Program is targeted at decision-makers and the questions they grapple with in designing policies, programs and services to improve the health of Nova Scotians.

The REAL Knowledge Program is priority-driven, meaning that they will focus specifically on our health research priorities as these are based on evidence and are reflective of the current knowledge needs of the province. To learn more about the REAL Knowledge Program, please click here, or contact the Manager, REAL Knowledge Program. 

For an overview of the REAL Knowledge Program funding opportunities and workshops: 

We have found that our most successful form of promoting our REAL Knowledge Program is you. It's word-of-mouth recommendations that really help create awareness of our programs. We would like to increase our testimonial collection by adding your comments. 

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If you feel you really enjoyed or greatly benefited from working with the REAL Knowledge Program, the approaches used, or have anything you'd like to comment on please take a few minutes to summarize your experience working with us by completing this electronic survey